MÁLAGA PREMIUM Hotel

Architects:
Jose Martos Ojeda (Managing Director)
Kusha Ghoreishi (Designer)

Workteam:
Antonio Gea (Technical Architect)

Promoter: Málaga Premium Hotel&Hostel

Contractor: ORECO

Consultants:
LABMATIC (Interior Design)
DEL POZO INGENIERÍA
(Instalations and management)
Jorge Barrios Corpa (Structures)

Photographs: Quark Arquitectos

Budget: 1.800.000 euros

Location: C/ San Juan, Málaga

Year: July 2017

Description

The San Juan Hotel, part of the Málaga Premium Hotels chain, is located in the historic downtown Málaga, which determines its program of needs and architectural design.

It is a 4 * hotel with two restaurants, on the ground floor and first, rooms on three levels and a café-lounge terrace with exclusive views of the city.

The project arises from the rehabilitation of a building embedded in a highlighted urban plot and the strong presence of the San Juan Church on its lateral side.

The elements of the building envelope have been integrated into the immediate environment; carpentry hollows, heights of constructive elements, setbacks and facade color.

In contrast, the interiors evoke a more dissonant and contemporary flavor that differentiates the character of the hotel chain.

Architects:
Jose Martos Ojeda (Managing Director)
Kusha Ghoreishi (Designer)

Workteam:
Antonio Gea (Technical Architect)

Promoter: Málaga Premium Hotel&Hostel

Contractor: ORECO

Consultants:
LABMATIC (Interior Design)
DEL POZO INGENIERÍA
(Instalations and management)
Jorge Barrios Corpa (Structures)

Photographs: Quark Arquitectos

Budget: 1.800.000 euros

Location: C/ San Juan, Málaga

Year: July 2017

Description

The San Juan Hotel, part of the Málaga Premium Hotels chain, is located in the historic downtown Málaga, which determines its program of needs and architectural design.

It is a 4 * hotel with two restaurants, on the ground floor and first, rooms on three levels and a café-lounge terrace with exclusive views of the city.

The project arises from the rehabilitation of a building embedded in a highlighted urban plot and the strong presence of the San Juan Church on its lateral side.

The elements of the building envelope have been integrated into the immediate environment; carpentry hollows, heights of constructive elements, setbacks and facade color.

In contrast, the interiors evoke a more dissonant and contemporary flavor that differentiates the character of the hotel chain.